Dr. Vijilius Helena Raj

Professor and Controller of Examination

New Horizon College of Engineering is an autonomous institute, effective from August 2015, affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. The institute promotes academic curriculum as per the needs of the industry and new developments in the various fields.

The office of the Controller of Examinations was established in the year 2015 after the conferment of Autonomous status to the institute.

The examination for the autonomous courses is conducted by the Institute, in two stages emphasizing continuous Internal Evaluation [CIE] throughout the semester and Semester End Examination [SEE] at the end of the semester. Complete examination process is executed by the Office of the Controller of Examination in coordination with all departments.

Important activities of the office of the Controller of Examination are as follows:

  • Issuing Semester Grade Card at the end of every semester. Transcripts and other related certificates will be issued on request.
  • Issuing certificates such as Course completion, Contact  and Provisional degree Certificate to all successful candidates after the completion of a Programme .
  • Recommending successful candidates with their Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) to the Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum for issue of Original Degree Certificate.
  • Providing and Publishing list of Rank holders and Medallists before the conduct of Annual convocation.
  • Strictly adhere to the university instructions regarding Autonomous Examinations.
  • Conduction of all Semester End Examination of the college.
  • Overall examination process which includes, scheduling the examination dates, to take necessary action to set the question papers from the examiners, printing the question papers, conduction, valuation, and Processing and publishing results in time
  • Notifications, SEE timetable, instructions, guidelines etc. any additions and modifications are invariably being notified to departments and on the website from time to time
  • SEE results of undergraduate and post graduate examinations are announced in website within a week of completion of Examination.

Autonomous Evaluation System

Eligibility Criteria

  • Student has to acquire a minimum attendance of 85% and Minimum CIE marks of 40% in each course to be eligible to take up SEE.
  • Any student who fails to have 85% attendance will be declared as NSAR (Not Satisfied Attendance Requirement)
  • And scores less than 40% will be declared as NSSR (Not Satisfied Sessional Requirement).

Grade Points Scale for Absolute Grading for

Level Out standing Excellent Very Good Good Average Poor Fail
Grade S A B C D E F
Grade Points for UG 10 09 08 07 05 04 00
Grade Points for PG 10 09 08 07 06 04 00

Grade Point Averages

SGPA and CGPA: The credit index can be used further for calculating the Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA), both of which being important performance indices of the student. While

  • SGPA is equal to the credit index for a semester divided by the total number of credits registered by the student in that semester
  • CGPA gives the sum total of credit indices of all the previous semesters divided by the total number of credits registered in all these semesters

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ELIGIBILITY TO PROGRESS FOR THE NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR

  • Students having not more than four F Grade in the two semester of I year  of  the  Programme  shall be eligible to move to second year.
  • Students having not more than four F grade in the Four semester of I and II year shall  be eligible to move to III year.
  • Student who has earned all the prescribed credits of I year, and having not more than four F grades in the four semesters of II and III year shall be eligible to move to IV year.

The order in which SEE is conducted is as follows:

Semester End Examination: At the end of every semester (ODD/EVEN) the institute shall conduct Examination. Evaluation is done under the supervision and jurisdiction of Controller of Examination.

Generally ODD Semester End Examinations is held between November to December and Even Semester End Examinations is held between April to May.

A student shall be considered to have completed a Course successfully and earned the credits if he/she secures an acceptable letter grade in the range S to E. Letter grade ‘F’ in any Course implies failure of the student in that Course and no credits earned.

Makeup Examination: Student who obtains transitional grades such as ‘I’, ‘W’ and ‘X’ in SEE are eligible to appear in subsequent examinations considered as Makeup Examination, and can secure Letter Grades for that particular course. Student who fails to obtain letter grades in Makeup Examination will automatically obtain F grade for respective course.

Revaluation: It is a grievance redressing mechanism which facilitates the students to get the answer scripts reassessed by a different examiner.

Supplementary Semester: Student who obtain F grade in a particular course including absent/NSSR/NSAR in ODD and EVEN semester is eligible for Supplementary Semester for that particular course only. Student can register for Supplementary Semester with maximum of 16 credits. He/She will have to attend the classes and take up the CIE once again and then further Supplementary Semester Examination. Supplementary Semester is held only once in a Year, between June and August.

Eligibility to appear for Supplementary Semester Examination is same as SEE.

Eligibility Criteria for SEE

Student has to acquire a minimum attendance of 85% and Minimum CIE marks of 40% (UG) and 50% (PG) in each course to be eligible to take up SEE.

Eligibility for Passing and Award of Degree

UG: For a pass in a theory and laboratory (practical) course, the student shall secure minimum of 40% of the maximum marks prescribed in the Semester End Examination and 40% of marks in CIE and 40 % in the aggregate of CIE and SEE marks. The Minimum Passing Grade in a course is E.

PG: For a pass in a theory and laboratory (practical) course, the student shall secure minimum of 40% of the maximum marks prescribed in the Semester End Examination and 50% of marks in CIE and 50 % in the aggregate of CIE and SEE marks. The Minimum Passing Grade in a course is E.

Grade Points Scale for Absolute Grading for

Level Outstanding Excellent Very Good Good Above Average Average Fail
Letter Grade S A B c D E F
Grade Points 10 9 8 7 6 4 00
Percentage of Marks Scored in a Course >90 <90

>80

<80

>70

<70

>60

<60

>55

<55

>50

<50
(90-100) (80-89) (70-79) (60-69) (55-59) (50-54) (0-49)

Grade Point Averages:

SGPA and CGPA: The credit index can be used further for calculating the Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA) and the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA), both of which being important performance indices of the student. While

  • SGPA is equal to the credit index for a semester divided by the total number of credits registered by the student in that semester,

  • CGPA gives the sum total of credit indices of all the previous semesters divided by the total number of credits registered in all these semesters

Conversions of Grades into Percentage and Class Equivalence

Conversions of Grades into Percentage : Conversion formula for the conversion of CGPA into percentage is given below: Percentage of marks secured, P=[CGPA Earned –0.75]x10 Illustration for a CGPA Of 8.20: P=[CGPA Earned 8.2–0.75]x10=74.5 %

Class Equivalence: After the conversion of final CGPA into percentage of marks (P), a graduating student is reckoned to have passed in (i) First Class with Distinction [FCD] if P≥70% (ii) First Class (FC) if P≥60% but <60% (iii) Second Class (SC) if P≥50% but <50%

ELIGIBILITY TO PROGRESS FOR THE NEXT ACADEMIC YEAR

Ref: VTU notification dated 20.11.2021 regarding relaxation in Vertical Progression applicable to BE programmes in autonomous colleges 

According to the above reference from the A:Y 2021-22 and onwards, students admitted to BE programs in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 schemes (200 and 175 credits) are permitted to be promoted to the next academic year, regardless of the number of backlogs. However, they must meet the attendance and CIE requirements.

Semester Permission and Conditions Maximum Duration
        I Regular/ readmission

The re-admitted students must comply with all requirements applicable to 2021-22 admitted students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.E:

Eight years (regular) and Six years (lateral entry) from the date of the first admission and also as per notifications issued from time to time

      III The students are permitted to seek admission to 3″‘ semester if they have satisfied attendance requirements as per applicable regulations up to  2nd semester, with any number of backlogs courses from 1st and 2nd semesters.

Further, students must satisfy the CIE requirements of 1st and 2nd semesters to appear for University examinations in 1st and 2nd semesters.

     V The students are permitted to seek admission to the 5th semester if they have satisfied the attendance requirements as per applicable regulations up to the 4th semester with any number of backlogs subjects from 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th semesters.

 

Further, students must satisfy the CIE requirements of 1st, 2nd,  3rd, and 4the semester to appear for University examinations in 1st,2nd, 3rd, and 4th semesters.

   VII The students are permitted to seek admission to the 7th semester if they have satisfied the attendance requirements as per applicable regulations up to the 6th semester with any number of backlogs subjects from 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th semesters.

 

Further, students must satisfy the CIE requirements of 1st, 2nd 3rd, 4th 5th and 6th semesters to appear for University examinations in 1st, 2nd 3rd, 4th 5th and 6th semester

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